Category Archives: E = MCS

Another “Using The Ground” Flying Foot Myth – Debunked

I got an email from a WAX Nation reader (hey there, R.H.) who had asked me about a video he watched where the “pro” move is to have the hands moving upward at impact, creating a more level or shallower “swing bottom,” to increase consistency in ball-striking.

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Pivot, Drop & Step For The “Perfect” Action

You don’t need a “perfect” swing to play good or even great golf, of course.

I’ve of course been spending a good deal of time pursuing that end on my part, but that’s because I’m a swing researcher and what else am I going to do, having set out 13 years ago to “figure it out once and for all?”

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The Proper Pivot Isn’t A “Turn”

This is the major difference you will find between a proper, mechanically-sound pivot using the hips & legs versus the modern method of twisting the back and torso to turn the shoulders.

Just as I demonstrated in the “E = MCS” video that you swing around the C7 (see the gif), you don’t really “turn” away from the ball when pivoting.

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The Secret To Maximum Leverage (Therefore Speed & Power)

I can tell a lot of WAX Nation is excited about this upcoming video “Project 2018,” and I have to tell you all, I’m probably more excited than all of you!

Thanks to everyone who is supporting the effort with your Advance Orders, and I will be leaving the window up for a week or two longer.

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Advance Orders Closing Sunday Night – Project 2018

If you have any of the WAX Golf MCS videos (and I know many of you have nearly if not all of them that I’ve produced over the years), then I have to tell you, WAX NationTHIS upcoming video is one that you will want, if only for what I believe will be its historic aspect.

I produced the simplest golf swing video I could last summer, giving everyone the blueprint for the MCS Golf Swing model in its most basic elements with “E = MCS.”

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MCS “Project 2018” In The Works

Now, I know that many of you have been waiting to see what 2018 was going to bring and I can now tell you all what’s cooking.

First, I might produce a “Long Drive MCS” video later in the year, but my primary interest right now is on the ultimate project for 2018, and I’ve already begun work on it.  This is also something that was affecting the completion of the “MCS Golf Swing” eBook “Final Edition,” as you’ll see below.

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DJ Does Right, Mike Dunaway Does Left – Same Concept!

Those of you who’ve been around for a while will remember that I began talking about the Iron Byron having the action that one can emulate with both arms.

I believe the first video in which I did so was in the “Kinesiology Of The MCS Golf Swing” video from the summer of 2015.

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Mike Dunaway’s Impact/Release Concept (Similar To The Wall)

I found the video from Mike Dunaway in which he talks about an Impact/Release concept (if you still like and need concepts, they work ’til you don’t need’em!), and it’s very similar to the “Swinging Into A Wall” post from earlier in the month.

So, Uncle JJ mentioned it in the comments, but I couldn’t find it at the time, even though I agreed with him on the similarity.

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When You Get It Right – There Are No Concepts, Just Swinging

I was very impatient all winter for the new season to begin, but the fact remains that it has been well worth the time spent working out the intricacies of the MCS Golf Swing model.

It’s not that I’ve added or discovered anything new – but having established my own proper and optimal setup for the swing, things are revealing themselves now that I didn’t see before when I had the model correct in theory but wasn’t nailing it in practice for myself 100%.

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The Leading Side “Pull” Should Be Built-In – No Need Think About It

I’ve talked about the golf down swing consisting of a “pull” and “push” sequence, but it could be misleading, so I’ll clarify the first part about the “pull” aspect – it is or should be built-in from your position, back swing pivot and top position.

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